Blocks are available now for sale and for you to start building your own sustainable house by the sea at Cape Paterson. m743616

Blocks are available now for sale and for you to start building your own sustainable house by the sea at Cape Paterson. m743616

ONCE again, the highly successful national Sustainable House Day 2016 will be held on Sunday, September 11 and two of Australia’s best designed homes at The Cape, Cape Paterson, will open their doors to all visitors from 10am to 4pm.
Both homes are located next to each other in Periwinkle Place, which has completely sold out, and another three homes on the street have now commenced construction.
Visitors will be able to tour the first stage of the community garden as well, which is complete and will be generating significant food for residents coming into this summer.
Access to The Cape eco village is via Seaward Drive, on the right at the entrance to Cape Paterson with the display homes and village open every weekend.
It’s well worth the drive for a look.
The first stages of the sustainable housing project have already been laid out and with homes going up now, it’s a chance to see what it’s going to be like once it develops further.
A range of blocks are now available for sale and for building, starting at $185,000.
Extensive site and concept maps provide an appreciation of what The Cape will be like as it grows further.
There’s also an extensive display of sustainable design homes, some by local designers and builders and others by prominent architects and designers… or you can have your own home designed using the best of what’s available now, or by taking a completely different look at what’s possible on your site – bearing in mind that minimum standards of sustainability are required.
Sunday’s event, in particular, is the perfect opportunity to visit, discuss and look over this innovative development, destined to be a showcase of modern living, by the coast, in Australia.
“Come and see the homes at the forefront of sustainable design and enjoy a glass of wine or bubbles, or even a barista made latte and some finger food with some of the other lovely folk from The Cape,” said a spokesperson for the project this week.